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Enhanced Credibility and Trust: ISO certification demonstrates to customers, partners, and stakeholders that an organization follows internationally recognized standards and has implemented effective systems and processes. It enhances the credibility and trustworthiness of the organization.
Improved Quality and Efficiency: Implementing ISO standards helps organizations improve their processes, enhance product or service quality, and increase overall efficiency. This leads to cost savings, waste reduction, and improved customer satisfaction.
Expanded Market Access: ISO certification is often a requirement to enter certain markets or participate in specific contracts or tenders. Certification can open doors to new business opportunities and give organizations a competitive edge.
Compliance with Legal and Regulatory Requirements: ISO standards often align with legal and regulatory requirements. Certification helps organizations demonstrate compliance with these requirements, reducing the risk of legal and regulatory issues.
Continual Improvement: ISO standards emphasize a culture of continual improvement within an organization. Certification
Eligibility Criteria to Register Under Shop and Establishment Act 1947
The Shop and Establishment Act is a state-specific law that regulates the working conditions of employees in shops, commercial establishments, and other service sectors.
The eligibility criteria to register under the Shop and Establishment Act 1947 may vary from state to state, but some of the common criteria are as follows:
1.Business Entity: Any person or entity that carries out commercial activities such as selling goods, providing services, or doing any trade or business is eligible to register under the Act.
2.Business Location: The business must be located within the territorial limits of the state where the registration is sought.
3.Business Type: The business must be engaged in commercial activities, such as a shop, commercial establishment, or any other service sector.
4.Employee Strength: The business must have at least one employee, either permanent or temporary.
5.Nature of Business: The nature of the business must be such that it does not violate any of the provisions of the Act.
6.Business Hours: The business must adhere to the prescribed working hours and rest intervals for its employees.
7.Registration Fees: The business must pay the prescribed registration fees as per the state rules.
It is important to note that the eligibility criteria may vary from state to state, and it is advisable to check the specific eligibility criteria for the state where the registration is sought.
1. Copy of PAN card
2. Copy of Aadhar card
3. Passport-size photograph
4. Electricity bill
5. Copy of sale deed
6. Rent Agreement
7. Certificate of Incorporation
8. MOA & AOA
ISO certification/registration is a third-party mark of approval for a company’s compliance with one of the internationally recognised ISO management systems. The certification can be used as a business tender for confirmation of a company’s legitimacy, as well as to give potential clients confidence that you will meet your commitments.
Our experts at Ai Advisory can guide you through the process of registering for ISO certification in a step-by-step manner.
Step 1: Documents Upload
Upload the required documents & information to our web portal
Step 2: Consultation with Experts
Consult with our business advisor about different certification bodies and standards
Step 3: Information Accuracy
Our experts will double-check the accuracy of the documents and information you’ve submitted
Step 4: Make Payment
Following confirmation, make an online payment using one of the multiple payment options provided
Step 5: Consultation on ISO Standards
Consult on ISO standards, documentation and implementation
Step 6: Issuance of Certificate
Upon successful audit, the independent certification body shall issue an ISO certificate.